Muscles & Bones Physiotherapy

We believe that no one should have to live with pain or discomfort, and that every person has the right to a healthy body. Our physiotherapists are experienced in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, from back pain to neck pain, sports injuries and beyond. Our physiotherapists can help you achieve a healthier lifestyle by providing support and guidance to get you back to your best.

Common Muscles & Bone Problems

Back Pain

Neck Pain

Sport Injuries

Knee Pain





Women-Related Muscles & Bone Problems


Pregnancy-related musculoskeletal disorder

  • Diastasis Rectii (abdominal separation)
  • Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD)
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Calve Muscles Cramp
  • Others

Urinary Incontinence

  • Urge Incontinence
  • Stress Incontinence
  • Overactive Incontinence

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • One or more of pelvic organs slip down from their normal position and bulge into the vagina
  • It may involve bladder, womb, bowel or top part of vagina

BREMJ Treatments

BREMJ Physiotherapy Treatment Aims/Focuses:

  • Listen to clients’ concerns and understand individual need

  • Treating pain & relieve symptoms with timely planned treatment

  • Strengthen “weak” or activate muscles, and stretch tight muscles to help clients coping better in desired activities or sports

Treatment may involve:

    Manual Therapy: to loosen stiff joints that might contribute to pain or joint movement restriction

    Soft Tissue Manipulation (Therapeutic Massage)/Trigger Point Release: to ease pain/symptoms which are caused by muscle spasm/guarding, muscle tightness or other muscles-related issues.

    Exercise Therapy: to improve muscle strength, muscle length, muscle activation and muscle function

    Taping: to support “loose” joint, to improve circulation in muscles, to give a joint better support, to facilitate correction of joint alignment etc

    Ergonomic assessment/education: to reduce clients’ exposure to physical hazards such as awkward postures, sustained posture for long hours, repetitive tasks etc 

    Pillow/sleeping posture assessment: to remove/minimize the soft tissue strain/unhealthy loading applied on neck spines/shoulders by selecting a proper pillow for sleeping

    Other treatment modalities

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